By Harold Emert
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - One of the most popular U.S. Presidents among Brazilians, Barack Obama, will give a lecture on Thursday morning, May 30th, at 11.30 AM, in the São Paulo Expo Pavillion, located in the city's south zone.
This is the third visit to Brazil by the 44th U.S. President (2009 -2017). VIP tickets for R$2,500, "assuring a seat at Obama's lecture" are reportedly sold out, according to the Folha de S.Paulo newspaper. The former President will speak on digital innovations for business, but the exact content . . .